Consumer Services Division

Fairfax County, Virginia

CONTACT INFORMATION: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday

703-222-8435
TTY 711

12000 Government Center Parkway, Suite 433
Fairfax, VA 22030

Rebecca Makely,
Division Director

Homeowners' and Condominium Associations

Through publications, presentations, and Channel 16 programs, the Consumer Affairs Branch provides advice and guidance for over 1,500 homeowners' and condominium associations in Fairfax County. If you have a question about a homeowners' or condominium association, or if you would like the Consumer Affairs Branch to present an outreach presentation to your community, contact the county Homeowners' and Condominium Association's Liaison or call 703-222-8435, TTY 711.

While staff is available to provide information about mandatory membership in homeowners' and condominium and associations, and voluntary membership civic and citizen associations, the county does not regulate mandatory membership in homeowners' and condominium associations and cannot give legal, accounting, management or other professional advice. Industry professionals should be consulted when deemed necessary.

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Fairfax County Community Associations

The Office of Public Affairs maintains a list of HOAs/Condos in Fairfax County who voluntarily provide the contact information for their communities.  To request a list of community associations in Fairfax County contact the Office of Public Affairs at 703-324-3187.  

Education

On Channel 16 every other month, the County Homeowners' and Condominium Association's Liaison and industry professionals are available to answer questions the public may have about homeowner and condominium association issues. Tune in to “Your Community, You're Connected”. To receive notifications about upcoming programs send your email address to ycyc@fairfaxcounty.gov.

Publications

The Fairfax County 2018 Homeowners' Association and Condominium Association Supplement Guide is a guide to the Common Interest Community Board and Office of the Ombudsman, legislative updates, codes, ordinances, and resources to help manage an association.  

Laws

Many statutes of the Code of Virginia and the Code of Fairfax County, including the Zoning Ordinance, are pertinent to community associations.